England GCSE Results: Across England, students have been receiving results for the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE).
As hundreds of thousands students found out their results on Thursday,
the Navos are celebrating some excellent grades that recognise the hard work that their son Abdulai Navo has put in the exams.
British Born – Sierra-Leonean,
Abdulai Navo, from Harris Academy St John’s Wood school has achieved excellent grades for all his 9 subjects with distinction, placing him among the best performing students.
Abdulai achieved very good grades in all his subjects including some incredible results in the sciences (Mathematics A* Biology A, Physics A, Chemistry A, etc.)
Abdulai said: “With humility and gratitude, I am delighted with my GCSE results, and really pleased that all the hard work has paid off. I thank God. My parent and school teachers are really supportive and did everything they could to help and encourage me to do my utmost and achieve my best.
In a congratulatory message on Facebook, his proud father, Amb Anthony Navo; Jr, who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of AYV Media Empire said:
“Wow! What a science genius!! Mathematics A* Biology A, Physics A, Chemistry A and more…
As a proud family, we are delighted that all the hard work of our son has been rewarded by his outstanding results.
In this world class English educational system, it is great to have a result so well deserved and that we can all celebrate with our son, Abdulai.
Abdulai’s achievement with a distinction in the GSCE exams is an inspiration to his two young brothers – Amjid and Ayaan. He has inspired us all. We are proud! We thank Allah. I pay special tribute to the family including his mother – Memuna, grandmother Haja Ramatulai Kakay, teachers both in England and Sierra Leone for their tremendous support. Congratulations, my son. More wins.”
Abdulai Navo briefly studied in Sierra Leone at the Lebanese International school in Freetown. He is very much passionate about academic excellence, and hopes to study for his A Levels and enrolled into one of the top universities in the United Kingdom (UK).